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    i'm glad i'm not only one )
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    Enchanted Forest trail at the Frederick Watershed:

    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    RFX Bigfoot, what kind of fork is that?
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    @ Drevil

    i'm jealous about terrain You have under Your wheels !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    Met my buddy Mugg and his family today, and he knows a thing or two about cameras

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    Rear tire squish after landing a little short:





    You sir, have an interesting eye for fashion. Great pics, too!

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    That fork looks like a Foes DH fork, it's what the Dorado was built after. If it is that must be a nice ride with a Nate up front!!

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    Yes Bigfoot...tell us more about this bike



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    Not as exciting, but still action...

    Here's a race pic.
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    Fat Loggin'

    Some local tech - seriously hot + humid last night. Big tires kept my spirits high though:



    And some granite from a while back:

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    Here's a pic of a friend in mid-flight. He used a sloped rock as a take-off ramp.
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    that rug really tied the room together.

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    Just looked through the Flicker photos of that 44 BigBoy... very nice !!!
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    Moon Rocks, Davis, West Virginia



    I love how the fatty tires "smoothed" this section over, and I was able to get through it.
    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    Closest thing I have to an action shot right now, here is one of the mud holes in Patapsco State Park, Maryland.
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    Went out for a ride this morning, jumped a few of the mud holes, later in the day took the dog for a walk and one of my landing spots had stuck.
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    First picture in the direction of travel, second pictures is looking back at the hole showing my landing spot. The pictures don't show it well, its about a six foot hole.

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    EDIT: I figured this thread could have action shots on tech terrain (or features) piggyback on top.

    Show everyone that these wide-tired behemoths can actually separate from the ground and can take on tech terrain and features

    Post up shots of you and your buds catching air on a fatty or taking on rocks, obstacles, and tech terrain. Let us know where yer at.
    Lucky neighbor of Maryland's Patapsco Valley State Park, 39.23,-76.76

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    Drevil,

    Love the landing shot with the tire bulged out.

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    Not much air but it's off the ground.

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    I just gotta say that I demo-ed a Carver Ti Fat Bike with a carbon fork at NEMBAFEST yesterday and it was just about the funnest bike I've ever ridden. I took it down a DH course called Jester 3 times and it was such a blast to hit tabletops and ride berms with. I was really amazed at it's capabilities as were the surprised riders whom I would catch and pass. Couldn't seem to get it more than 2 feet off the ground though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRFSR View Post
    Here's a pic of a friend in mid-flight. He used a sloped rock as a take-off ramp.
    Wow!!!
    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    cool pic and vids

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    Very Cool images and vids!

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    I usually ride alone or with the dog but these were taken when I went to NH and 2 out of 3 pics were the first time I went off em. The FatBox is still the most fun bike I've ever ridden and by far the most plush Almost 1500mi of me beating on her and still holding up well!

    -Nolan
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    very cool!!

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    great pics guys

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    nice..

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    Self portrait from a little while ago. Good thread to put it in so figured I'd add.

    All the cool air picks are making me want to head out and try and get a better shot! Good stuff
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    Here's my crummy, slow-going blog The Slow Spoke if you're interested.

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    little jump

    posted this a while back but I figure it belongs in this thread.
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